The  Shelbyville  Democrat
Friday, October 13, 1922
Resident  Of  Tipton,  Ind.,  Died
Thursday  Afternoon
At  Flatrock.
          Thomas B. Mavity,  85 years old, a resident of Tipton, Ind., died Thursday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, at the home of his daughter,  Mrs. Walter Nading, of Flatrock, where he had been visiting for several weeks.  His death was caused from a complication of diseases and ailments that resulted from his advanced years.
          Altho he had been a visitor in Flatrock only at intervals, Mr. Mavity had become very well known among the residents there and his death is mourned by every person who knew him and profited by his gentle manner and many kindnesses.  He was a veteran of the Civil war, having served for more than three years during the conflict, with Co. K, of the 83rd regiment.  He is survived by two daughter, Mrs. Nading and a daughter residing in Tipton, Ind.; two sisters, both residing in Indianapolis.
          The body has been taken to Tipton, Ind., where the funeral and burial will be held Saturday from the home of his daughter.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

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